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Veryst at COMSOL Day: Biomedical Devices 2021

May 11, 2021
Dr. Nagi Elabbasi moderated a panel discussion and Dr. Alireza Kermani spoke at this free, online event. The panel discussion addressed Simulation Software's "Remarkably Increased Role in Inventing, Developing, and Certifying Medical Device Designs." Dr. Kermani spoke about "Blood Damage Modeling of FDA Benchmark Nozzle."

Concentration Gradients in Microfluidic Devices

Controlling spatial variations in chemical concentration is important for designing and operating many microfluidic devices across a wide range of industries and applications including diagnostics, genomics, and pharmaceutics. In this case study, we show how simulations may be used to quantify and control concentration gradients in microfluidic devices.

RF Tissue Ablation Simulation

Radio frequency tissue ablation is a commonly used and minimally invasive tissue treatment procedure. Accurately modeling this kind of coupled multiphysics problem is often challenging. Veryst developed a COMSOL Multiphysics model accounting for heat transfer, electric field, and fluid flow to study the RF tissue ablation problem where an electrode is targeting a tissue close to a blood vessel.

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